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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

jfotortson. On WedneMay afternoon last a number of residents of Yarrawah as serfiled nt.tMi-eeidencaof Mr. J. T. Hayler, '' Rojpiew,' i* the purposS of bidding farewell to Mr. A. J. Buttsworth, who for the past five years has occupied the position of teacher at the Yarrawah Public School. Mr. and Mrs; Battsworth were enter tained at afternoon tea, after which Miss Bayter, on behalf of the parents of the children attending the school, presented them with a silver teapot and cake dijh,.aro token- of the high est^omSn .^rhioh_^they*^ere hnH by both parents and children. Short speeches were delivered by Messrs. J. T. Hayter, W. Bell, and T. Kenny, alt of whom spoke in warmest terms of the departing guestB, and while re gretting their departure, were pleased to know that it meant promotion for Mr. Buttsworth. The latter responded in a few well-chosen -Vords, and as sured those' present that he would al ways remember the few years spent among them with pleasure. The pre sentation had -com...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Von Don't OtontPbysic I Waft nor* I WortMort Cat leu Hot? Itst and Drink Wolfe's DO OHXY REAL Schnapps Httfl yog win find Cite wortl) Citing, I but I i n»fl 5 I WHOLE I ' PUREST » ! Bomes. ; ' - liquor. I Christie's Dress Materials^ Having lately added a Dressmaking Department to our business we have at the same time increased our stock of Dress. Materials, and are now showing an exceptionally varied selection, including the latest Sail Cloths in fashionable shades. Colored Lustres in plain, shot. and fancy patterns. Black Lustres, plain and fancy patterns. Fancy Silk Mixtures, Serges, Nun's Veilings, .£, Cashmeres, Delaines, Fancy Muslins, Crepons, and all other descriptions of Summer Dress Goods. New materials opening every month Prints— A large assortment of patterns at all prices. We will be pleased to forward patterns to customers who find it inconvenient to come and inspect our stocks. Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats and Sun Bonnets— These arc all new, stylish goods, and the...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sutton Forest. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Sntton Forest Preparations for the market day, to be opened at 8 p.m. tomorrow, at Hiilvitw, the residence of his Excel lency, Lord Hamoden, are most com plete. Many promises hove been made of all kinds of farm produce, and of fancy and other work. Mrs. John Badgery and Mrs. M. Parnell will gladly receive any contributions of produce, or they, will be received at Ilillriew on Wednesday morning, and Miss Innes, Miss Palmer, and Miss Carter will gladly receive articles for the work stall. The whole of the beamtif ul garfsi will be open to the visitors, and 4he use of the cricket ground and -SMT3awn tennis ground and net have -been placed at the dis posal of the ooAinittee. Visitors are requested to bring their own rackets and tSDuia balls. Eggs, poultry, vege tables, and all- kinds of produce will be obtainable 'cheaply and of good quality, and msny uBeful and pretty things are promised to the work stall. Nnrabers of visitors have expressed their intention of being present.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

A High Church Dignitary. The Right Reve'end Mon signor O'Jl. ien, Rector of St. John's College, Sydney, has expressed his opinion of Loasbys 'Wahoo' in the following terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's College, Sydney, Dec. 15, 1697. Dear Sirs, ,, * 'riol of Loasby's * Wahoo hu fully con vinced me of |itB exceptional merits u a remedy for Indi gestion. sifted JAMES J. O'BRIEN. To Ix»sbyVW»hoo' Mfg Go. Loasby'g Wahoo Can be obtained from all I liemists, price 2« 61, or post fee from the sole Manufac turers and Proprietors. LOASBTS ? WAHOO ' MFC CO. 171 Kt'Nr.STREET, SYDNEY vOr^eim«VrhiO(!tO^U' S-°uUni1 °°-' »d vortiseraont in our advertising columns. WBtL ? BROS.. Bowral. ^ ' FOR BEST SUPPLIES '''Slt'SS?' ^ ^ CakeS' SUtieTlOr Quality' Exte'si« Variety ItL BROS IT fS- ''''T^ and Dra^^— west and daintiest. fS' ttte Bate T mnSt aWraCtiVe 8UPPMeS °' E-^hinB. *~Vm :BROS., Bakers, Grocers. Drapers, .ronmongers, etc.. Bong Bong-St. Bowra/.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Bandanoou. What with picnic and (.hootinR Tirti--B, cricket mutches, liicyule ridem, rui1 riding parties, this place haa been en file this season. We had lio less than two hundred and Bfty (250) visi tors arrive during Christ inns wei-k, ?.nd whilr penning three lines a (-real : umber arp still here. This removes nil doubt as to the place fast gaining in pjpularity ; it must continue to do to Fine weather prevailed for our touristF, so that they were alile to visit thf various and numerous healthy spots around here. It would well re piy the editor of this paper to visit ub, :i 'l'.il we might1, take him nround and il^iii'lit bin bvu with the fiijilrs lin v.i.ihi leliolil. Wo will nialip. Mm w.jlnonifl wlmiiBvftr lin comes. rXImnka ; don't overlook the hamper. — ' - Ed]' ?* -r*^^?'*W^=«y.*--= We are able to report two or three additions to our hoarding estiblisl: manis ami arc glad to be able to do fo We als i hbve licensed vehicles here now, so that tourists may get about without di...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pheasant Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

rhcasant Ground. A iinv's sport was held at Kangaroo Cr(!ek on Nc» Y«r'e Day. Tl,,.rc w«s B g°°d attendance, nnd the follo»i'g programme was carried through :— FirKt nice, for a bridle ; second imir of spu'1'- J- HumplnW horsfi I, A. Clurke'a Dolly 2. Six entries. Second race, for a saddle, Becond rjm ftp*ir of -tirrap irons. R. Spirits' horse 1, -». Brown's 2. Ten rntrieis polly race : T. Gray's Res«y 1, Wurliy's Brownie 2. Twelve entries. Tri»l Stakes : First prizi bridle, Broind brest plate. WelU' Solicitor ], y Uiny'a Coil 2. Ei^ht entries. A End accident occurred to a young „,,„ winvJ Ar Imr F.ulks, at the above sports. He was mounted to ride ;,, a race, ' ut at the start his horae bucked nnd threw liim on to his head and BhouUer. Dr. Wilson, who whs on the ground, was quickly iu hi tend unce, when it wfti found that F«ulks mBsuffeiing from concussion of the ,„;„. We are glad to hear thai he it uoh hcttnr now, and there is every ,pe of his recovery. : !'Iip almve vnt received t...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

AO Al IMsT^BDO Watobu, Jewelleiy, ? 9MU NaWEaltOf Silver-plate. Cutlery. ^ SIB And SIT'QEOnQE ST. (Om. Scoluay Bunion), SYDNEY. Illustrated / ^^'^HHbB^PIH^H^^0'*™''**4 rUTanlonL Gold Lcwn, £4. £5, to £20. DlmTannto lor Bother laro-i Urwm, vrdtham'a, ani«at«rbniy at 15 p o. In t£u other bouses. Solid OoU Chain, BlniUMDuuU.2/10/ tl-h IU. Solid Ooli. 6/ioA.,ey./.,e/ioh7i/ BI-h.toH- PurtBllfer, toh nii wh aw Do. Solid doW Bar, quite IWW.7/B -«n Sbed.* SuMmm ? ? ^',J;*fl --*l? 3-.ri.np. 10/- Ue. OaU Bat, IW- ISO. SSShmiMl ™ Qatts HW, toUl Oold, 1-Bar Amrthjit, Boiduw.do/- maUnrBarVWB JotJoEnSiES ^W ttci}5i,gf+j, \^^^ ' Anrasms - «Wl«new.BolldGold,8Bar, Rutland ? UtMt Sjlt, 3 Dar, osrast or Ains- to BoHd OoU, J7/6 llo. AvmHU/B Us. Odd, 86-- CiuDood U.jrst. Si}- UaO.M(asabOT.), 86/- agjajjagjUjSollil aod Bubj.ajw- ^'^^^. . . - m/^TI^^-'- v- -^ --M5aB^^SB ' flo3UOoU.SBarSitloeli.12JB aStB?Wei0ao5.?Yaa^ '^H^J^. IMB^JlirVio* UH iUIInCa, SO/* IBCLfKUa'- feu. AU«T^nSrilM_j|c ' * ' , -*^fc.,- . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

' ___ ---— - ? ... Mfi/«riirafif.Yaf.vjfiY.v.v.YiyiY.v.Y.v.v.Yyjr.YiYticyyiY.YiY»Y.Y.Y.v.Yy .v.v^vy.v*/T-/\va^.v^va^.y.vfrn^.v.yJIW.yjra« I \A ^ J?~ T* ^ Q^cEt 1 IQfrg&Tea ffi SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT ~f H. COLEMANjte Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot Fr-nch Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from 3Jd per yjH. Latest Fashione in double-width Spring DreFs Mateiiih, Nattar Cloth', Printed Crepoi.s, Canvas Cloths, Figured &sl res, Shot Silks, Lnppet Sprigged, Clicked, and Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest New York Norton, Chameleon Clotll. one of the Prettiest Cloihs of the Season. «'. In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergiretto Suits are astonishing everyrAe whr BeeB them. Taks your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hats— all very cheap. j Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. '??- . In China, Glass, and Crofkeryware, he is expecting h largo consignment shortly...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Trade Oats are dearer. Maize has ad vanced I y 2d per bushel, and pollard another Jd. Good chaff is at a pre mium. Potatoes are dearer. Eggs are dull. French beans continue che&p. Green peas are dear, in Sydney market. Potatoes are dearer in the Sydney market than they have been for seven years. Litest butter quotations : Creamery 8d., best factory 7d to 7£d., dairy 6d. to O^il. Good supplies; good demand. Grasslioppprs r.ro cnusiii' g:r:s.:. damage in many dislncis, ? partu nl. tho Berriniii ilinirict included. Tli^y nre very d- structivc jit. Ro'iarlson. 250 visitors arrived at BuudannnM during the holidays. 1 1 tons of cabbage were trucked at Bowral station for Sydney market in one day last week. The Orizaba sailed yesterday with 7200 boxes of butter for London. There w»s a large attendance at Mr. R. McEvilly's sale on Friday l«Et, and cnnKidpring the prospects of the eeaBon, fnirly good prices were real ised. Milking cows realised about £5 downwards, and young stock from...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Cricket Notes. On Saturday last teams representing Boberton Park and Bowral Associa tion met on the hitter's wicket in a match which resulted in a draw. Scores : — ROBEBTON PABK. R. Whatman cJ. Griffitlisb Cope ... fiO C. Whatman o I'idrock b Cope ... IS J. J. Keys b Cope ? « E. Griffiths c Pii.cock b Cope ? 4 0. Cupitt b Cope ? I W. Whutmou b Pidcock ? 17 C. Johnson c Monk b Comer ... ... 12 A. Smith not out ? IV P. Troy b M'Cann ? 21 W. Gibson b M'Cann ? 0 F, Cole o Huggetl b J. Griffiths ... 0 Sundries ? 4 Total ? 153 J. Griffiths not out ? G9 J. HuBgett c JohnBOD b E. Griffiths ... 4 F. Cope c G. Whitman b Keys ... 19 Sundries ? 2 Two wickets for ? 94 Cbicket Union. A meeting of delegates of the Win gecarribee Cricket Union was held at Goodridge's Hotel, Moss Vale, on Wednesday evening last. As Mr. Lsckey was unable to fulfil the duties of secretary to the union, Mr. C. G. M'Garry was elocted to the position, and Mr. H. G. Larub-rt was appointed treasurer. Un the motion ot IWnss...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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London Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

London Batter. The unseasonable weather is depress ing the butter market. Colonial butter is dull of Bale at from 96s to 98s per cwt., a few lots realising 100s. The consignments by the Ormuz were excellent. The Queensland was landed in fine conclitiou, bub having a slightly tisliy flavor only realised from 90a to 92s. Danish butter is selling at from 108s to 110s.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Labor Troubles in Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Labor Troubles in Britain. The Amalgamated Society of En gineers has expended during the strike £630,000. Thin sum includes tho accumulated funds, which amounted to £251,000. The superannuation fund of the union, wlibli totals £60,000 remains inUct. The death is announced of Mr. Har ford, the well-known unionist leader.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Appointment or Returning Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Appointment or Returning Officer. We understand that D.-. W. G Armstrong, J.P, has been appointed Returning Olfi -er for the Bowral electorate, vice Mr. Thos. Loveridgr, resigned on account of having left the district. . -

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Frontier Fighting Means. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

What Frontier Fighting Beans. The following loiter, published by tho ' Wt:si minster Budget,' from an officer with the frontier forces in India, eivca an exeeptiouallv vivid account of the life which is being led by British officers and soldiers alike in their:efforts tpcope with the rebellion. It is1 nc private- letter, written as will be seen, with no view to publication — ?- '-October 25, 1897. 'Dear ? ,— We ire in the thick of, it. now. We have captured the fira^-big, pass ov/ar the Changra Kotal, but aTter he&Ty, lost.' The first 'tight was on'the 18th,.when.we took a big sangar or hill-top fortified wiih stone walls. Our loss was nbout 14 killed, and 53 wounded — when I say 'we,' I refer to our 2nd Division. For 'somo reason or othef we gave up the place, after *6u'rning' the adjoining villages, .an'd.'in.vCdflsequence, when -the- whole of the division. had to cross three'days ufter they had te do the whole work over again. It was a tremendoas fight, The loss on our si...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary Paragraphs. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

ParliamentW Paraeranhs. It is stated tljsiTUr. R. E. OlOonoor, who' intends tojMngn hi* seat in th» Ooonoil has deSjiite]* derided to con test the Woolhrflra electorate at the next gsneral election. . A special meeting of the Execntivn Council was held os Kiday^at which Parliament war further prorogued un til February 2S next. The proposal ibr a,, new loan of £1,600,000, as announced1 by cable from .London, was also formally appoved. . ' Mr. Alex^OagmWlr is. taking time by the forsook,. 3bat political interest is not yet arousedjn this district and his meeting at Burrawang on Friday night was. not of the order known as lively. Mr. Campbell got a patient hamijn|., ,: _,_ ^;-v ?_ __ . ? Xbqnlries) are beiiig inade about Mr. M'Conrfa -seat, i-lmt an opposition candidate is notjfes announced. ~ It is -uwderstopJ that Mr, Ueorge Fuller, who loperly represented Kiama, will oppoefethe sitting member, Mr. Alex. Campbell, at-jne(xt election —in June. £ ' ^». ? Slits paper : Atwiately threo l...

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Carruthers Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Carrnthers Libel Case. The judge, officials, witnesses, avd all persons connected with tho libel cose left Armidfile by mail train on Thursday night an extra carriage hav ing been added:fo«ccommodato them. Several of tfcfcjtrrrmen when inter viewed Baid thaTcen were of opinion that the leUalif signed '.' George LonB dale' in '.5B»A': was- libellous, but ten out of 'ttfoWe'1 considered it was justified... HmMij -not ? ge into the questinn«f-^bHeiUon -of the Ietterf as they werejunable.^o agree on the letter i Welt' and - there ;'-was no doubt raised by the. judge vi summing up as to whether the publication of ' Truth ' had been properly .proved by the Crown. With reoard to the 'oDen letter 'in 'TrutbjS ;\he jury were fairly: divided, audj^hey say there wan no prospect of cdtnSng to a verdict if they were locked, np for a fortnight longer^ j. ;. ? . .^iliaripb'or-fli-.'beinf raised «t Armidale to assist the defence in de fraying the expenses of the trisj. Mr. Norton, 4iy- request, wil...

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BOILED CORN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Boiled Corn, Corn soon spoils hy being lo'.g gathpipd before heing oor.k-d. Get it wh^ri the cobs are qui'e soft, and rp- 1 inoie iho hunk nnd everr III rear} of silk Wash thnrnu lily, mid put the c-.hs :nio fre»h Imiling 'water, allowng ihem to lo'l nbout five minutes. S'rve wi-h ruelti'd butter. ?'

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B D. A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

B. DA. H. and I. Society The usual monthly meeting of the above society was called for yesterday afternoon, at Bowral. The business was of a formal character in connection with the saeiety's next annual show.

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[?]AUCR FOR MILK PUDDINGS j [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

FaUCR JPOH SfltK PODDINQS | To qnarter po'ind flour or maiz--1 itienl allow ono ounce siitror, one pint ' milk, half pint water, and one or two eg^s.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything you r.quire jo tht ChcmisU' ?x-ott oAxar obt chk&&TS%kttk* .t WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CQ.VS GREAT DRUC EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. Moet varied Slock of Patent Medicines, Chemiiits' »nrl CTL „ J n ,,__ „+ DruggiBU' Materials and Surgical Appliances in the Southern ±rie ?J-JO'lge^ Hem^phete. Nothing but the best quality of Goods kept ! and I'rioes are the LOWEST in the City. A FKW OF OUR PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. A. SOYER'S Celehrated BAKING or YBAST P IWDER, Cl. per tin. SOUI/S KOLA NUr TONIC, 2*3r! per bottle, ranUins the Ture Kola. SOUL'S AUSTRALIAN RELISH, 6.1. pw bottle. SPARTAN HOMO. 2s 61 & 4s per hot. A -peedy Cure for all Liver Complaints COCA TONIC WINK, 3i per bottle. DM. I'KTTIFKK'S RKCARUONATKI) FLUID MAGNESIA, 8A & 1/G per Lot YAALA, the latest diaeovery f.ir Dyspepsia. Price 2a per bottle. TRUSSES, 8OUGICAL BANDAGES, to., A SPECIALITY. All Correspondence receives prompt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & C...

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